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The roasters I've used were all homemade and were made out of things like popcorn poppers, bread machines, heat guns, convection ovens, etc. My current roaster is a variation on the "Turbo Crazy" roaster - works well, but I've got to make some tweaks on it...
2004 Ranger XLT SC 4x4, 4.0L-SOHC, M5OD-R1HD, 4.10LS, Payload Pkg2, Towing Pkg.
1977 F150 Ranger 4x4, 414cid (6.8L) w/ '72 2V Cleveland heads, C6 Auto.
"Control will always be in the hands of people intelligent enough to operate in the shadows, while using puppets in the public eye." - shorebird
If it were Micah, some of us would be grand masters of it! hahaha
I recently got back into riding motorcycles. Had my dirtbike for years but got a nice cruiser that I go out and ride with my g/f when the weather's nice. And no, I don't do doubles... she has her own bike. lol
Joe - LC Valley, ID Ol' Red '73 F100 Ranger, 360, c4, points elim. kit, oversized radiator w/ elec. fan, custom exhaust Mutiny '79 Honda XR 500, 4-stroke, black pearl paint w/ silver trim and custom pirate decals http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/pi...ictureid=77038
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